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Joshua J Jimenez
Attorney at Law
Joshua Joe Jimenez was born and raised in New Mexico. He graduated from Rio Grande High School and went on to attend the University of New Mexico and Brigham Young University, and graduated with a Bachelor of Science in Economics. He received his Juris Doctorate degree from the University of Idaho School of Law in 2010 and was licensed as a member of the New Mexico Bar that same year. He is licensed to practice in federal court and in the State of Idaho.
Josh’s practice revolves around Estate Planning, Real Estate/Property Law, Probates, Business Law, and Criminal Defense. As a small town lawyer, he has had experience with many areas of law and helps where he can. He has had great success in determining heirship for estates, defining the property rights of parties and settling business disputes. Josh enjoys helping the everyday person.
He also knows the ins and outs of criminal law having defended multiple clients against charges brought against them by the Government. At the District Attorney’s office he prosecuted DWIs, domestic violence, fraud, burglaries, robberies, homicides, and more. He was named the prosecutor of the year in 2014, then went on to run for District Attorney in 2020. Josh took just under 50% of the votes for the district, and considers his campaign a success.
During Josh’s years at BYU, he fell in love with and married an amazing girl from Idaho named Krystle. Krystle and Josh love to tease each other and have a wonderful and fun relationship. They now have three beautiful children, two girls and a boy. When Josh isn’t working or spending time with his family, he enjoys fishing, playing basketball, golfing, and having fun. Josh loves being a dad, and spends much of his free time with his children, attending dance recitals and coaching their sports games.
Josh loves his New Mexico and Idaho heritage, and comes from a family of five children. One of his sisters is deaf, so Josh and his entire family learned American Sign Language (ASL). Josh grew up with a sensitivity for those who have special needs. Not only did Josh learn ASL, but his Grandmother Jimenez insisted that he learn Spanish. She made a special effort to teach him Spanish sayings and songs. He served a volunteer mission for his church for two years, where he was able to use Spanish to serve and help people. He continues to volunteer at his church, where he loves attending, serving, and enjoying church activities.
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